Monthly Archives: December 2014

Client Spotlight: Kirin Manufacturing

Since 1997 Kirin Manufacturing has been producing high-quality, affordable, custom metal and machined products.  Based in Tucson, Ariz., their operation serves U.S. and International clients. The 15,500 sq. ft. plant is home to prototype manufacturing equipment and special equipment for … Continue reading


Holiday Toy Drive Huge Success

Thanks to your generous donations, we were able to obtain many new toys for the children of Guadalupe, Arizona. The Guadalupe Law Center has partnered with our company again this year and will ensure that all presents are delivered to … Continue reading


Bagnall Celebrates 20 Years!

Not only we will be ringing in the New Year this January, we’ll be celebrating our 20 year anniversary!  Mark W. Bagnall, CLU founded the company in 1995 and  began with just a one employee and 16 clients.  In 1995, … Continue reading


Bagnall Partners with NYPD Pizza to Help Foster Kids

NYPD Pizza recently learned that 1,024 foster kids in the Phoenix area will not get any gifts for Christmas this year.  As a corporate partner, we’re asking for your help.  Join us by spreading the word on social media or … Continue reading


Bagnall Client to Present at HBCE Conference in January

Randy Millard, vice president – human resources from ME Elecmetal will be presenting at the Health Benefits Conference & Expo (HBCE) Conference in Tampa on January 28, 2015.  Mr. Millard runs the HR Department of ME Elecmetal and is a … Continue reading


Bagnall Clients Receive Awards from Wellness Council of Arizona

Join us in congratulating our clients, ME Global, Donor Network of Arizona, Cox Communications and Dysart Unified School District, on receiving the Process & Leadership in Worksite Health Promotion award at the Wellness Council of Arizona luncheon on Dec. 4, … Continue reading


2014 Health Plan Survey Executive Summary

Recent survey data from the 2014 United Benefit Advisors Health Plan Survey, the nation’s largest health plan survey, shows that employers continue to shift a greater share of expenses to employees through out-of-pocket cost increases and reductions in family benefits, as … Continue reading